…a little bit like Peter, Paul and Mary if one of the fellows took the night off, a bit like Simon & Garfunkel if Art was a girl, a bit like Gordon Lightfoot or Stan Rogers if either had a girl harmonizer.
Not twins by birth, but twins at heart, they share a sibling like sense of humour and harmony.
Kudos to 97.5 Community Radio whose mandate is it to play at least 40 hours of East Coast music each week. They feature various artists each day, playing one song an hour from 6am – noon.
This week: Bruce Guthro , Aengus Finnan , Rose Cousins , Ron Hynes and Naming the Twins . Wow, we are honoured – what a stellar lineup.
Tune in Wednesday May 11 for the Twins. Host Paul Kellogg is the music director who makes this all happen!
July 28 2015
The summer has gotten underway with some exciting surprises for we Twins – we’ve struck up a great working relationship with Laura Smith starting with a couple of sold-out shows in Shelburne and looking ahead to an appearance with her at the Stan Roger’s tribute at the Hugh’s Room in TO in November plus other key shows soon to be announced. We also had the great pleasure of splitting two sold-out shows with The Hupman Brothers – those renowned pickers, artists, songwriters originally from Shelburne now residing in The Valley side of the province. What musical joy this has all brought.
We’re looking forward to returning to some of our favourite venues in the coming weeks. Be sure to have a glance out our “shows” tab in our website.
April 19 2015
Gotta say our last tour of the eastern USA
was just grand!
In a world that is sometimes overwhelmingly cruel and unfair, rife with war, greed and corruption, it warmed our hearts while we were on our tour up and down the eastern seaboard to experience human kindness
You may have fed us a meal, provided us with a place to rest our road weary heads, stopped by our car and offered to help unload our gear, fixed our instruments, hosted a show, driven long distances to attend a show, brought us surprise gifts, ferried people back and forth from parking spots when the snow proved to be too much, helped break down the sound gear, fetched grill cheese sandwiches because you knew we had run out time to eat… Each and everything you did to help us and make us feel welcome and comfortable did not go unnoticed.
The world is a better place when people display such kindnesses.
Our 2nd full-length album, Drifters & Dreamers
features a journey of original songs that will take you from the wild seas off the coast of Newfoundland to the old Missouri River with plenty of stops in between.
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